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In addition, when relating the co-production of the ethical subject and the community of ethics to community and nation building in present-day South Africa, all three strategies can be seen as involving an encompassment in which the difference between the donors and the recipients of volunteering is mediated on a higher level of abstraction, thus conciliating the potential conflicts between them and enacting a particular version of 'the common good'--at least for a time, and until doubts about the volunteers' (purported) selflessness are raised again.
In other words, without recognising the logic of encompassment in the Festival, the superscription is "legible" only to the state.
The encompassment of the world in lila or kamaal by the Bombay middle-class male hero it seems has failed, and he will now have to contend with rivals who might claim to be the rightful owners of the essence of Bombay cine-heroism that can encompass the world beyond the ivory towers of middle-classdom in contemporary India.
The teachings of the Great Encompassment (dzog-ch'en) were introduced by Padma Sambhava (Guru Rinpoche) and are found in the Nying-ma Tradition.
are also the conditions of encompassment and domination by circulatory capital and the infrastructure of the metropole generally" (Financial Derivatives 46-47).
But encompassment is just one aspect of the way values organize cultural elements.
This encompassment is exactly why many people do not understand why the Albanian bloc has even used force to show its opposition.
In their analysis of the impact of encompassment of trade unions and public sector union strength on unemployment, which uses five-year averages for the period 1968 to 1992 from 13 industrial countries, Garrett and Way (1999) find more central bank independence to be associated with lower unemployment.
As discussed further in Part III of this Article, lawfare expresses this constructive sense of legal encompassment, of occupying the entire discursive field of the definition of war--and not war--including the fact of divisional instability.
Movement follows thought on the astral plane, and within seconds the planet earth had fallen into the black encompassment of eternal space.
This iconographic and metaphorical encompassment signaled that Andean religion was "already essentially Christian" (270).
Te epic goal has always been encompassment, summation; but the series is an ongoing process of accumulation.